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According to Cornell University Law School, tort law is a violation of civil law for which an offender could have to pay damages. Tort law rests on injury or harm caused by an act that provides grounds for a lawsuit. More »

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The primary purpose of tort law in the United States is to redress imbalances caused by the actions or inaction of parties that have aggrieved others and somehow caused harm. The aggrieved parties have the right to seek ... More »

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Some examples of tort law case summaries include Riss v. City of New York, Bird v. Jones and Gulf Refining Co. v. Williams, published by CaseBriefSummary.com and Lawnix. Tort law involves civil cases stemming from a brea... More »

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Civil liability is the potential for responsibility of payment to an aggrieved party due to the violation of a civil law, tort, or breach of contract. Civil liability differs from criminal liability in that violations of... More »

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The judge determines the sentence for a probation violation by considering several points, including the manner and nature of the violation and whether the offender was a first-time or repeat offender, explains Find Law.... More »

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A Child Protective Services investigation involves interviewing the child victim of abuse or neglect, performing a criminal background check on the alleged offender, and informing law enforcement about abuse and neglect ... More »

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Missing a court date is a violation of the law and can result in a bench warrant for arrest, fines and the loss of driving privileges, according to the Legal Aid Society and Superior Court of California. Making prompt co... More »

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